The University of Warwick High Performance Systems Group (HPSG) was founded in 1984. Currently led by Professor Stephen Jarvis, it includes 15 members: 4 permanent academic staff, 2 post-doctoral researchers, and 9 postgraduate research assistants. The research in the High Performance Systems Group is focused on the analysis and performance evaluation of software/systems combinations.
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